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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Saturday said it was time for a new direction in relations with Cuba, during a landmark visit to the Americas' lone communist-ruled state.
At least 89 people were killed when a fire engulfed patients at a hospital Dec. 9 in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, and officials are accusing staff of abandoning those in their care, reports said.
TOKYO - The Associated Press
Japan's crippled nuclear power plant leaked about 45 tons of highly radioactive water from a purification device over the weekend, its operator said, and some may have drained into the ocean.
Photos of Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra kneeling in front of Thailand's princess caused heated debate worldwide, Hürriyet reported.
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BEIJING- Agence France-Presse
Four miners died and 50 were left trapped in a central China coal mine, officials said Friday, in the latest fatal incident to hit the nation's notoriously dangerous mining industry.
Indian police say the death toll from a fire that raged through a Kolkata hospital has risen to 88.
GENEVA - Agence France-Presse
The United States and North Korea headed yesterday into a second day of talks aimed at reviving long-stalled nuclear negotiations.
BEIJING - The Associated Press
A Chinese dairy farmer has been sentenced to death for lacing her rival's milk supply with industrial salt, causing the deaths of three young children.
TOKYO - Agence France-Presse
Japan’s economy rebounded in the third quarter as efforts to restore supply chains and recover lost output in the wake of the March disasters helped it post its first expansion in four quarters.